Chelsea - Everton: Match Preview - The Guardian

Chelsea - Everton: Match Preview - The Guardian

Paul Rideout scored the last Everton winner on Stamford Bridge 24 years ago. The current selection will hardly be optimistic to repeat, as Chelsea remain unbeaten under Maurizio Sarri. Perhaps the victory of the Europa League in Belarus will influence the energy levels of the home side. Nevertheless, Ross Barkley awaits a hostile reception from the traveling fans. "It will not be the best," said the midfielder, who exchanged 15 million pounds against clubs in January. "I was 25 years old and felt like I could have done a lot better [at Everton], At Chelsea I knew that I would improve a lot faster with better world-class players. "Dominic Fifield
Sunday, 2:15 pm Sky Sports Premier League
Venue Stamford Bridge
Last season Chelsea 2 Everton 1
Referee Kevin Friend
This season G7 Y21 R0 3 cards / game
Odds H 4-9 A 15-2 D 4-1
Subs by Caballero, Green, Cahill, Emerson, Christensen, Kovacic, Moses, Ampadu, Zappacosta, Drinking Water, Loftus-Cheek, Fàbregas, Pedro, Giroud, Hudson-Odoi
Doubtful Fàbregas (ill), Hazard (back), Loftus-Cheek (back)
Discipline Y9 R0
Leading scorer Danger 7
Subs by Stekelenburg, Tosun, Lookman, Davies, McCarthy, Baines, Holgate, Schneiderlin, Dowell, Niasse, Calvert-Lewin, Baningime
Dubious Richarlison (ankle)
Injured Kenny (Strike, Nov. 24), Jagielka (Strike, Unknown)
Not available Zouma (Loan conditions)
Discipline Y14 R2
Leading scorer Richarlison 6


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